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The Canadian Bookman

The Canadian Bookman

This was a specialized periodical dedicated to promoting the literary and artistic culture of Canada. Its focus was books and authors, literary criticism, publishing, book-selling and the library profession. The Bookman commenced publication in 1914 in Toronto as a monthly and lasted for one year. The periodical re-emerged, briefly, in 1915 as The Canadian Bookseller & Library Journal and, finally, took hold as the Canadian Bookman in 1919 to last twenty-two years, ceasing with the October/November issue of 1941.


Description provided by Ravit H. David which can be viewed at: The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory.

Material has been contributed by the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library and the E. J. Pratt Library, University of Victoria in the University of Toronto.

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The Trade section (formerly issued as the Canadian book trade journal) included in Feb.-Mar. 1922 issues was merged into the Canadian stationer in Jan. 1923
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The Trade section (formerly issued as the Canadian book trade journal) included in Feb.-Mar. 1922 issues was merged into the Canadian stationer in Jan. 1923
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Topics: Canadian literature, Books, Bibliography
Topics: Canadian literature, Books